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Last Bingo in Paris

You gotta hand it to the developers of this game, they’re winning with that name. It’s normally slots developers who get to have the most fun when it comes to names, and inspired puns (or execrable puns depending on your tolerance for them) are a common occurrence. Inspired by Last Tango in Paris, Last Bingo in Paris is a game with a clever name and a simple premise. It’s basically 90-ball bingo with a few embellishments, which we’ll delve into very shortly.

All of the bingo games this developer releases are mobile-compatible whilst also working on desktop. You’ll get a far better experience playing on mobile, for the game doesn’t go full screen or full width when you’re playing on desktop. In fact when it loads, you’ll be notified that the game has been optimised for Safari, though you’ll get it to operate okay on Firefox as well. It’s not as if this is the sort of game that’s gonna be making huge demands of your CPU; the graphics and animations are all distinctly lo-fi.

French Fancy

Last Bingo in Paris is essentially four games in one, or rather four cards in one. You don’t have to play with all four cards active, but you may decide that it’s more exciting that way as you have more chances to win. Naturally it’ll cost you more too. In terms of betting, you can wager as little as 1 coin per game and as much as 20, allowing for a max bet of 80 coins. You can also choose how many cards you have active, again ranging between 1 and 4 and can set a coin size of between 0.25 and 2.

While you’re adjusting the bet settings, which are accessed via the menu icon in the bottom left of the screen, you’ll also notice that there’s an option for changing your talisman. This comprises a series of pendant icons that include a dice, a sack of coins, a wristband, a pyramid, a horseshoe, a sea shell, leaf, a witch, a diamond, an elephant, a cat, a hand, an owl and that’s just for starters. In total you’ve got around 40 different talisman options, and the crazy thing is that none of this stuff even matters. It doesn’t remotely affect the game regardless of which one you choose.

90-Ball Bingo with Bells On

The talisman is used solely to define the symbol type which can award you a bingo bonus. If you happen to draw this symbol from the hopper at some stage in the game, you’ll be rewarded with an additional bonus, the exact nature of which isn’t ever explained in the game. Just keep playing and it’s bound to show up at some stage and then everything will be revealed. In terms of the sort of sums that can be won from this game, you’ll make a minimum of 3 coins for completing a single line and at best you’ll earn 1,500 coins for completing an entire card. This is with the lowest possible bet set however. If you turn things up to the highest possible setting, you’ll now be able to win up to 30,000 coins from a single card.

The More Lines…

If you’ve played 90-ball bingo before you’ll know what to expect from this game. Although the aim of the game is to complete a line on the 5x3 grid, not all lines are created equal. Some are worth more than others, depending on how elaborate the pattern is. Broadly speaking the more goes it takes to complete a line, the more you’ll receive for your troubles.

Completing two lines will earn you at least 100 coins, and that’s with the lowest bet setting in place. When you start the game, the balls are drawn from the hopper in the centre of the screen, where they spin constantly until you’re ready to go. They then assemble at the bottom of the screen, nestling alongside the Paris skyline, complete with the obligatory outline of the Eiffel Tower.

Last Bingo in Paris Conclusion

Although in action this game doesn’t prove to be as cool as its name, Last Bingo in Paris is still pretty fun, provided you’ve a penchant for bingo. Play for fun and you’ll be entertained for a while. Play for real money and you’ll be entertained for as long as your credits last. Sure, the graphics and animations are nothing special but then they rarely are in bingo games. As online casino games go, Last Bingo in Paris is perfectly pleasing. 90-ball bingo players should check it out.

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